Shazia Mirza says no topic is off limits when it comes to comedy.
Arts & Entertainment
Arlington playwriting duo Stephen Gregory Smith and Matt Conner stage their final installment in Creative Cauldron's Bold New Works.
Take some time out for Mister Rogers, The Avett Brothers, a Kentucky Derby party for pups and Ballston Quarterfest.
Local vinyl shops are spinning tracks, pouring brews and doling out freebies for the annual music event.
From a handful of art fairs to Tracy Bonham and a tribute to Nat King Cole, April promises to be 'Unforgettable.'
This grungy rock outfit has a soft spot for The Eagles and Taylor Swift.
Run with a leprechaun, travel down the rabbit hole with Alice, party like Gatsby and learn some new dance moves.
This warm and relatable singer-songwriter is no stranger to the light.
It's true. Just ask the members of McLean's Unruly Theatre Project.
Get ready for Chinese New Year, Valentine crafts, kids' theater and more.
The Arlington Players, now in its 68th season.
NoVA pop-punk band talks songwriting, the local music scene and The Dude.
The local retro rock trio shoots for fun rather than stardom.
Put these bestsellers on your holiday wish list.
The Falls Church native plays in three bands, co-founded a record label and knows her way around a saw.
Karl Green draws on his high school acting at Signature Theatre for new role.
As the mini art space closes, its founder is looking for new digs.
Gallery Clarendon transforms former restaurant into multidimensional art space.